Blockchain Technologies in Global Health
Blockchain technologies offer tremendous opportunities to build secure & transparent mechanisms in global health.
This project convenes a coalition of research & implementation actors to explore the feasibility & appropriateness of distributed ledger technology in pharmaceutical supply chain management, including its ethical, governance & oversight implications.
|Global Health Foresighting|
|Data Science, Governance|
Aria Ilyad Ahmad, PhD(c), Project Lead
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